• Project PHD by JED with Pieces of Mama E
    #LocalTransportation
    #Kalabaw (Carabao with or without Sled)

    Philippines being an archipelagic nation, composed of 7,000+ islands, you could have imagine the vast transportation methods it offers! From air, road, rail and water transport. There are on-going massive improvements on the Transportation industry in the Philippines following the Build! Build! Build! Infrastructure Program (BBB) of the government lead by former President Rodrigo Duterte.

    Pieces of Mama E
    Despite the promise of modernization there are amazing one of its kind transportation in the Philippines especially on the rural areas. The elderly said " You haven’t truly experienced Pinoy culture if you haven’t tried out atleast one of these modes of transportation: Jeepney, Tricycle, Pedicab, Kalesa, Roro, Habal-Habal, Railroad Kariton, at Kalabaw. I can say have tried most of them except Roro and Railroad Kariton.

    Being a #Farmersdaughter the #Kalabaw (Carabao) is mostly used in our area for transporting harvested sacks of rice from the rice fields to the storage area which is called "Kamalig" or "Bodega". I remember my childhood days when we sit on top of the sacks of rice as the Kalabaw pulls the Kariton!

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    #SomeePh
    #Philippinetradition
    #Philippineculture

    Photo Credit: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/oy-i-te-iiie--439663982344471936/
    Project PHD by JED with Pieces of Mama E #LocalTransportation #Kalabaw (Carabao with or without Sled) Philippines being an archipelagic nation, composed of 7,000+ islands, you could have imagine the vast transportation methods it offers! From air, road, rail and water transport. There are on-going massive improvements on the Transportation industry in the Philippines following the Build! Build! Build! Infrastructure Program (BBB) of the government lead by former President Rodrigo Duterte. Pieces of Mama E Despite the promise of modernization there are amazing one of its kind transportation in the Philippines especially on the rural areas. The elderly said " You haven’t truly experienced Pinoy culture if you haven’t tried out atleast one of these modes of transportation: Jeepney, Tricycle, Pedicab, Kalesa, Roro, Habal-Habal, Railroad Kariton, at Kalabaw. I can say have tried most of them except Roro and Railroad Kariton. Being a #Farmersdaughter the #Kalabaw (Carabao) is mostly used in our area for transporting harvested sacks of rice from the rice fields to the storage area which is called "Kamalig" or "Bodega". I remember my childhood days when we sit on top of the sacks of rice as the Kalabaw pulls the Kariton! #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture Photo Credit: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/oy-i-te-iiie--439663982344471936/
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  • #Pedicab
    #localtransportation

    Pedicabs are non-motorized vehicles (NMV) which are commonly found in the cities and local areas in the Philippines. It provides quick, convenient transportation in both rural and urban areas especially for short-round trips.
    And it is also called a traysikad, trisikad--or simply sikad--or padyak, from the Philippine word meaning to tramp or stamp one's feet.

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    #PhilippineCulture
    #PhilippineTradition
    #SoMeeOfficial
    #SoMeePh
    #HivePh
    #Pedicab #localtransportation Pedicabs are non-motorized vehicles (NMV) which are commonly found in the cities and local areas in the Philippines. It provides quick, convenient transportation in both rural and urban areas especially for short-round trips. And it is also called a traysikad, trisikad--or simply sikad--or padyak, from the Philippine word meaning to tramp or stamp one's feet. #ProjectPHDbyJED #PhilippineCulture #PhilippineTradition #SoMeeOfficial #SoMeePh #HivePh
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